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ASP CLassic Mode? What is it and will it effect error pages?

Posted on 2009-07-13
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Hello, today I noticed my error pages were not working on my server..
They have been working for the last 4 months...

Does ASP classic mode have anything to do with this  and should I be running in  Asp classic mode.  
My site is new and I don't think I should need classic mode. I am just running ASP includes

Does anyone know what could be the common cause for error pages to stop working.

Hope this is not a two part question, I alreade broke it up into two.

The other is here.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Q_24565484.html

Windows Server 2008
Pentium Dual Core
6GB DDR2 Ram
Power Button
Mouse
...........LOL



Thank you in advance
Selvol
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What kind of pages are your customer error pages?  ASP, ASP.Net, other?

How do you have them configured?

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Asp. I had a script running on the 404.  Any Personal tips and runnning a better 2008 IIS server.  
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